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    Ha, been coming.

    Dutch defence is fecking woeful.
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    Does look like he's having an increasingly affectionate relationship with the pies, Cristiano. Not at the level of his bucktoothed Brazilian namesake, but has definitely filled out since he's gone to Madrid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnners View Post
    Highlighted by the 18 y/o left back, feel sorry for the kid really.
    Yeah, too young and not ready for this level.

    It's the right back who is being ripped apart today though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Tyldsley's such a hack. "As things stand both teams are going out, so they better do something about it".

    Yeah, Portugal really stepped up to influence Germany's opener I'm sure. Now they're going through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    "The Danish equaliser ironically scored by Michael Krohn-Deli who scored the winner against the Dutch"

    How is that irony, Clive?

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    Must admit I've not understood Germany's love with Muller. Is athletic no doubt, but would have thought they'd benefit from maybe having a more technically gifted player starting in his position.

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